Vote to turn this Lego Tesla Showroom and Supercharger station into reality

Lego Ideas is a website which allows fans to submit ideas for their own Lego sets to be turned into potential products, but only if enough other fans vote to turn into reality. Soon after the Cybertruck was launched we saw one Tesla fan submit their own Lego-fied Cybertruck, and while it received over 10,000 votes to be considered for a real set, Lego ultimately decided not to.

Now Tesla fans can vote on another Tesla inspired Lego set on the Lego Ideas website. This set includes a Cybertruck as well, but it also has a whole lot more.

The ‘Tesla Center‘ was submitted by ‘Airbricks95’ and contains a Tesla Showroom and Service Area and 4 stall Supercharger. The attention to detail is incredible with the same displays showing off paint and interior options that you find in real showrooms included in this Lego version. The Showroom itself even has solar panels and two working garage doors that can be opened thank to a rolling door system.

The set comes with four different Tesla cars, including the Cybertruck. The Supercharger is the V3 design, but maybe by the time this makes it to production the set will be updated to include the new V4 design.

The important part is that you need to vote for this Tesla Center to become reality. All you have to do is visit this page on the Lego Ideas website, click on ‘Support’ in the top right corner, create an account (if you don’t have one already), and vote. There are already over 3,000 supporters, but many more will be needed if you want to one day purchase this Lego set.

This set is very similar to one we recently shared on Twitter (follow us @driveteslaca if you aren’t already). Which one do you prefer?

Via Teslarati

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